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Hi Mountain Bourbon Bar-B-Q Seasoning
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Hi Mountain Bourbon Bar-B-Q Seasoning is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 1.
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Hi Mountain Bourbon Bar-B-Q Seasoning

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Item No. 200407
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Hi Mountain created their Bourbon Bar-B-Q seasoning mix using a Western cowboy secret, delivering a one-of-a-kind seasoning blend. Each kit seasons up to 15 lbs. of whole meat, 11 lbs. of ground. Kit includes one package of cure, one package of seasoning, a shaker bottle for easy mixing and detailed instructions. Weight: 0.62 lbs.
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Unit Weight 0.60 lb
Brand Hi Mountain Seasonings
Rated 1 out of 5 by from A very strange taste I have made beef and deer jerky plenty of times before but I have never used a store bought mix. I thought I would try to make some beef jerky with this product and now I am very skeptical of ever trying again with a store bought mix. The instructions are great and easy to follow, really can't mess it up. The big issue is the taste. To me the taste varies from piece to piece, never getting better. Some of it taste like burnt sugar, some of it taste like the bean boozzle jelly beans and you almost want to spit it out, and some of it taste like coffee creamer. My wife said to her it tasted like the sirloin meat you get in Campbells Chunky soup. Whatever the taste may be it is certainly not BBQ. I think the source of the taste is the cure powder. When I tasted it it did not have a taste of cure powders that I have used before. It had a strange sweetness to it, like a syrup like sweetness but very subtle. As the meat dried on the dehydrator the flavor of the cure would weaken but never enough to get rid of it. The seasoning itself wasn't too bad, Worcestershire flavor was the most dominant. I still would say that even the seasoning had no taste of BBQ. Overall, I would avoid this and just look up a recipe online or do some experimentation.
Date published: 2020-09-22
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